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James Hinchcliffe, Andretti Autosport - Q&A

It's one of those tracks where your car is on edge the whole time. You have to be paying so much attention. Oriol Servia compared Indianapolis to a woman. Some days she loves you, treats you well, some days she is mad at you and you don't know why.

That's one of the reasons for being there at Indy for the whole month, the race being as long as it is, predict what it's going to do, change and react to the changes. It's a very, very challenging racetrack.

Q:
Thank you very much.

James Hinchcliffe:
Thank you.

Transcript courtesy IndyCar. FastScripts by ASAP Sports



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